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SpamAssassin plugin for Eudora

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While we’re on the subject of non-server installations of SpamAssassin, Spamnix is a plugin for Eudora that filters your mail using SpamAssassin’s rules. You don’t need to install or configure SpamAssassin to use it, and it has easy whitelist management. I haven’t installed it yet, but it looks useful.

July 29, 2003 8:41 PM

I can highly recommend Spamnix as an incredibly useful tool. I was using a different client-side application to manage my spam, but Spamnix is much more efficient, and noticeably more effective.

October 30, 2003 8:20 AM

Unfortunately, Spamnix doesn't use the Bayes rules that SpamAssassin provides yet. I hope they can use this powerful feature soon, that's what sets SpamAssassin apart from ordinary mail filters...

December 14, 2003 8:01 PM

Spamnix has just now released the update. Unfortunately for those of us who decided to start supporting his efforts from the get-go our $30 purchase only entitled us to 1 year of updates. Well this release comes well after a year - dissapointingly - and the post-year price for more updates..... $30. Yeah, thanks for the punishment for my early-adoption. I'm moving off to the free K9 baysean filter.

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